Real Money Gaming Soon a Reality for GameAccount in New Jersey

Published November 14, 2013 by OCR Editor

Real Money Gaming Soon a Reality for GameAccount in New Jersey

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement issues a preliminary license to GameAccount.

Since New Jersey moved to regulate online gambling within its borders, many gambling licenses have been issued. The latest preliminary license to be issued by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement is to GameAccount.

GameAccount is a British online gaming software provider. Recently, this company got the green light to commence operations with the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City. GameAccount filed a £15 million IPO on the AIM of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) in tandem with the preliminary licence.

Regulated Online Gambling in New Jersey

This is the first time that GameAccount has filed an application to offer online casino gambling in the state of New Jersey. This US gaming license will be additional to the UK gambling license issued by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC).

The network president of GameAccount in North America - Julius Patta - is excited about the prospect of working with Trump Plaza in the state of New Jersey. Regulated online gambling in the USA represents a big step forward for the British gaming software provider.

Practice & Real-Money Casino Games Online

GameAccount will be able to offer a selection of simulated & real-money online casino games, to land-based casinos. The goal is to provide online gaming excellence to traditional casinos to bolster the quality of intra-state Internet gambling in New Jersey.

See also

New Jersey's Online Gambling Continues to Impress

New Jersey Approves GeoComply to Conduct Business with Online Casinos

New Jersey Sports Betting and Online Gambling Set New Records in August

November 26 is New Jersey's Big Day

New Jersey Approves Licenses for Large Gaming Companies


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